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the former governor of alabama about to go to jail, railroaded by karl rove. karl rove blamed them for it. >> i'm his daughter. i just wanted to meet you and say -- he cut me off right away and said tell your dad not to use my name to make money. >> crazy. all right. it's a big show, and it's go time. >> all right. it is the anniversary of 9/11 and i got a warning for you guys, i'm about to get angry about this story. it's about the negligence of the bush administration and what they did not do to prevent that attack. of course, president obama, of course as usual spoke out on 9/11. [ bells tolling ] >> today we remember a day that began like so many others, tries school and commutes to work. early flights and familiar routines quick hugs, and quiet moments. it was a day like this one a clear blue sky, a bit of sky that would soon be filled with clouds of smoke and prayers of a nation shaken to its core. >> but we have been told over and over again well, there was nothing that could have been done. well, that turns out to be not true but dick cheney just went even further. now here's what
book, "boss rove: inside karl rove's secret kingdom of power." arun gupta is with us, a contributor for alternate. co-founder of the occupy wall street journal and the independent rid we welcome you both to "democracy now!" craig unger, you have been here all through the week. you have the very clear, in front of the scenes party, and many have the parties behind the scenes and what has been happening, the significance of this meeting. >> absolutely. we are force fed a really extravagant narrative with 15,000 reporters lapping at up. i think the real story is less visible. you can see there is in tampa bay a boat of a cracker bay, a 150-foot yacht and dozens of millionaires who party to entertain them because they're giving to romney. you saw sheldon adelson, who pledged to give $100 million to the republican cause. of course, david koch was a member of the new york delegation and said he may give as much as $400 million. >> in their meetings, celebrations were going on behind the scenes? >> absolutely. it was not on screen for the most part. >> arun gupta, your covering not only in
if you don't like karl rove because he is a blood-sucking parasite, len to this. and later, yes, yes, yes, we will address this. stupid youtube. american express. (vo) always outspoken, now unleashed, joy behar. and i will try to find the humor in today's political climate. think we'll have far to look? ♪ >> jennifer: you're back inside "the war room." i'm jennifer grandholm. let's get caught up on the latest news from the middle east. anger escalated today. in response the u.s. has sent in an elite team of marines into yemen all of this comes after the four americans killed returned home this afternoon. here is the latest. ♪ >> reporter: the four victims of the attack in libya, including chris stevens will return to maryland today. the president and a clearly moved secretary of state visited with their families and paid tribute. >> today we bring home four americans who gave their lives for our country and our values. >> that fundamental american belief that we can leave this world a little better than before. that's who they were and that's who we are. >> report
for the san francisco chronicle. this week she re-tweeted from code pink, karl rove will be in the sf bay, join us on 9/11 where karl speaks. she says she doesn't endorse the tweets but the question, he is also retweeted things from conservative groups but is that appropriate for a political reporter to be doing? >> again, twitter has that, it's the home page of political conversation. second of all it gets instant gratification, many people, most obviously anthony weiner came to grief over there. >> you say fyi you are passing on information but you are not like endorsing it. >> jon: it on sounded like a promotion of a protest. what should be expected from the media on 9/11. at purina one, we believe small things can make a big difference. like how a little oil from here can be such a big thing in an old friend's life. we discovered that by blending enhanced botanical oils into our food, we can help brighten an old dog's mind so he's up to his old tricks. it's just one way purina one is making the world a better place... one pet at a time. discover vibrant maturity and more at purinaone.
of the court for generations to come but the shape of our democracy. >> and the secret kingdom of karl rove. >> most people thought he was a creature of the bush family. and i think he's a force that's more powerful than that. >> announcer: funding is provided by -- carnegie corporation of new york, celebrating 100 years of philanthropy, and committed to doing real and permanent good in the world. the kohlberg foundation. independent production fund, with support from the partridge foundation, a john and polly guth charitable fund. the clements foundation. park foundation, dedicated to heightening public awareness of critical issues. the herb alpert foundation, supporting organizations whose mission is to promote compassion and creativity in our society. the bernard and audre rapoport foundation. the john d. and catherine t. macarthur foundation, committed to building a more just, verdant, and peaceful world. more information at macfound.org." anne gumowitz. the betsy and jesse fink foundation. the hkh foundation. barbara g. fleischman. and by our sole corporate sponsor, mutual of america,
, courtesy of karl rove. he wrote a "wall street journal" editorial telling republicans, this, too, shall pass. you better believe it's going to pass, karl. the hopes of the republican party are passing away 47 days before the election. can mitt romney recover? probably not. he's probably the worst presidential candidate the republicans have had in over 100 years. get your cell phones out. i want to know what you think. tonight's question. do you agree with karl rove? will mitt romney's problems pass? text "a" for yes, text "b" for no to 622639. you can always go to our blog at ed.msnbc.com and leave a comment there. we'll bring you the results later on in the the show. i'm joined tonight by howard fineman, nbc news political analyst, and the editorial director of the "huffington post" media group. howard, great to have you with us. >> hi, ed. >> why do i feel like the romney campaign is like a rural america, first time ever city commission race? >> well, that's the way a lot of other people see it, including priva privately, i would say, karl rove. if you read the rest of that piece, he
and theco author of two very famous made george w. bush presidential," and "the architect: karl rove and the dream of absolute power." wayne is coming to tell us what is inside karl rove's brain. thank you for joining us inside "the war room." >> great to be with you, governor. >> great to have you back. after all we have seen and after all of these polls, it is over for romney? >> yeah, if we were playing texas hold'em, i think i would rather have president obama's hand than mitt romney's hand. but you can always draw something at the river and win in the end. any democrat who thinks the relative success of the obama campaign from the failures of the romney campaign means he is doomed is living in a fantasy land. >> i appreciate what you are saying. i think a lot of people look at this and say it's over. you know more than anybody about karl rove, do you think that rove or the republicans in general have an october surprise up their sleeves? >> here is what we know. we know karl would like to have an october surprise to have something that would significantly
karl rove face for his shocking comment that congressman todd akin of missouri might be found, quote, mysteriously murdered? i'll ask our senior political analyst, ron brownstein. he's been looking into this story for us as well. >>> the republican vice presidential nominee, paul ryan, went to a football game today between ohio state and his alma mater, miami of ohio. not good news for paul ryan. miami of ohio was crucrush ed by ohio state, 16-10. not a happy day in the world of football for miami of ohio fans, or paul ryan. paul ryan later joined mitt romney in jacksonville, florida, another another campaign stop. indeed, at every stop, he's been hammering away at president obama on the economy. and that was certainly a theme of paul ryan's very effective speech over at the republican convention. certainly fired up the crowd, but did he play loose with the facts in blaming president obama for america's red ink? i asked congressman ryan about that and more. listen to this. the debt problem, the trillions and trillions of dollars, didn't just start with the obama administration. >> ab
will be joined by karl rove, dana perino and juan williams and giuliani. we begin with the author of the book, the price of politics, bob woodward. have you funny anecdotes -- he's 28. >> he's elected and he goes to the house floor and they won't let him on because they say, oh, you are a staffer. he has to get one of those pins and get people to know him. also what was interesting, as soon as he went to congress, he's a research guy. and he said, how due do a -- how do do you a good job as a congressman? he went to, of all people, bernie frank and took him to breakfast and said, what's the key? and barney frank said, one -- learn one thing, learn it well. don't be a generalist. and he did-- >>> he did! >> the budget andimony and our finances. and probably in a very clear way, the most important issue in the presidential campaign we now face. >> sean: you spend a lot of time at georgetown. this is when the president said, republicans want kids with autism and down's syndrome and the elderly to fend for themselves. paul ryan is sitting in the front row. >> right. the president said he didn't k
that this new strategy to appeal to former obama voters was actually dreamed up by todd bush advisor karl rove. karl rove addressed about 70 of the party's wealthiest donors at the tampa club. according to a blackberg report, karl rove unveiled a strategy there that sounds remarkably similar to the one in romney's speech saying: >> get it? so rove complained that he'd come to that conclusion. he explained that he'd come to that conclusion after his super pac did a huge amount of focus group research. that focus group research was funded by, who else? the koch brothers: >> he's hoping that those partners going to continue to pony up. former mississippi governor told funders at that same event: >> of course! right? giving money to fight cancer is exactly the same as funding a candidate who wants to cut funding for scientific research on cancer. those donors have already funneled millions into rove's crossroads super pac and is using those funds to run this special, which has a very familiar sounding message. take a listen. >> yeah, i'm living with my parents again. i don't know, there's just no
about her closing a wide gap in her race and told ed that she feels all the ads that karl rove's super pac have run against her have backfire backfired. >>> people who are hardworking and don't fight for the special interests and see karl rove or my opponent who stands for getting more power for the big money and special interests in washington. they have enough power already and enough representation. people want somebody who will fight for them and when they see karl rove come in and buy up nearly a million dollars of air time in wisconsin they're saying who is this guy for? they're seeing who i'm for so i think that's a lot to do with why we're seeing the poll numbers go the way they are. >> be sure to watch "the ed show" only on msnbc, the place for politics. >>> now here's your first look at how wall street will kick off the day, the dow closed at 13,596 after adding 18 points yesterday. the s&p was down a fraction. the nasdaq lost 6. taking a look at overseas trading this morning, in tokyo, the nikkei gained 23 points while in hong kong the hang seng climbed 144. >>> well, a fres
to a charity chosen by the other side. so in other words the next time karl rove comes in-- because karl rove had already been in in massachusetts-- if karl rove comes back in scott brown agrees that he will pay half the cost of the ad buy and pay it to a charity that i choose. it was a way of saying to the outside groups "we're serious about wanting you to stay out. it's not just talk, talk. stay out because we want to be the one to talk to the voters of massachusetts and i think voter of massachusetts deserve that. it's a good way to go. >> ifill: this seems almost like a shocking example of bipartisanship. are there limits and merits to the values of bipartisanship either in your race or nationally? i believe in bipartisanship. when i first went to washington it was during a financial crisis i went to bring some accountability to what was going on and i was asked to head up a bipartisan commission, democrats and republicans. we turned out recommendations every 30 days on some of the most contentious issues of that whole crisis. and, you know, a lot of our reports-- maybe about half-- were
in charlotte. mitt romney is making it a theme to his campaign now. and karl rove is going to be here, saying the democrats cannot win on that key issue. dagen: while the democrats gather in charlotte, our national debt is about to hit, watch it, 16 trillion dollars. can the republicans capitalize on this even though their get-together is over and done with? connell: plus a big thumbs down for facebook. look at this, shares hitting yet another all time low. dagen: it's the top of the hour, stocks now and every 15 minutes. nicole petallides on the floor of the new york stock exchange watching facebook. nicole: we talked about the ipo on may 18th, 38 bucks. here it is right now in the 17 handle. we were watching it hold the $18 mark, only to see it break down below that to 17.58. i mean look at that intraday chart. so shareholders become disappointed once again and so you do have some of the analysts out trying to talk positively. jpmorgan for example cut their price target to $30 from $45, but remain upbeat, talking about ad revenue that will reaccelerate into the back half of 2012 to 2013. fa
obama voters was actually dreamed up by none other than top bush advisor, karl rove. yesterday karl rove addressed about 70 of the party's wealthiest donors at an exclusive breakfast place called the tampa club. and karl rove unveiled a strategy there that sounds remarkably similar to the one that romney pushed in his speech. he told the donors, quote . . . >> jennifer: get it? so rove complained that he had had come to that conclusion -- explained that he had come to that conclusion after his super pac did a huge amount of focus group research. that research was funded by who else? the koch brothers. quote . . . >> jennifer: and he is hoping that those partners are going to continue to pony up. former mississippi governor haley haley barbour . . . >> jennifer: of course, right? giving money to fight cancer is exactly the same as funding a candidate who wants to cut funding for scientific research on cancer. those donors have already funneled millions into rove's cross roads super pac and using it to run this commercial. take a listen. >> yeah, i'm living with
a democratic strategist warning other democrats saying it is not over until karl rove sings. the argument is do not get ahead your sell. but many are just being arrogant. >>guest: people said if a previous campaign, this guy is so bad, we have double digit inflation and double digit interest rates why in the middle of september of 1980, when i was a young kid in charge of the texas reagan-bush campaign why is ronald reagan losing to carter 44 to 40 in the middle of september. in mid-october, when the new gallup poll came out and ronald reagan dipped to 39 and jimmy carter went up to 47, people's wallets starting slamming shut and they threatened to walk out of the phone banks and everyone said we are going to lose. of course, we din. one of the things we need to put in context here is the polls we endow them with the precision they do not have. they do not predict the outcome of an event in 49 days from now. there is a structural problem in the polling. this is just an example. 9/12, four national polls showing advantage for obama in one and cnn had ten point advantage for obama, and six points
of this initiative. >> there is more than just an affair in his new autobiography, he is taking a shot at karl rove. in " total recall, my unbelievably true life story " arnold schwarzenegger describes an awkward visit with karl rove in 2003 where karl rove told arnold schwarzenegger that the recall election that ousted grey davis would not happen. arnold schwarzenegger felt stubs, and in his book he asked " how could he have been so wrong ". >> once again, america goes busting through concrete in search of jimmy hoffa. and, no not at giants stadium. the latest search that produced just about as much as the vault of al capone. >> meteorologist paul deanno and we are in for a huge weather change. some of you today, will be 30 degrees warmer in just two days. we'll have that and a live report from. gonzales, coming up next. >> up next, the a's are back home with control of their playoff destiny, and a raucous crowd at the,,,,,,,, [ female announcer ] they can be enlightening. hey, bro. or engaging. conversations help us learn and grow. at wells fargo, we believe you can never underestimate the power
word to describe the attack in libya and now, republicans want answers. karl rove and nancy pelosi are making some pretty strong predictions about the 2012 races. these are two people known for putting it out out there. we looked at the pelosi rove combo to see which adds up. and a gruesome murder in hollywood, a strange tale involving the actor from the show "sons of anarchy." let's go "outfront." >>> good evening, everyone. we begin tonight talking about polls. do you believe them or not? for the romney campaign, the answer seems to be or not. an issue a number of recent battleground state polls that show the president ahead by a comfortable margin and tonight, we have new poll information for you. the nbc news marist "wall street journal" poll. three more states now going into the obama column just a few moments ago. new hampshire, nevada and north carolina. in new hampshire, among likely voters, the spread is now seven points. margin error is about 3%. in nevada, it is a 2% spread within the margin of error. in north carolina, also within the margin of error, but now in favor o
, even that liberal icon, karl rove, has pointed out the obvious here, is that hard working seniors, people that have paid their taxes all through their working life and reached the point where they're taking a social security check, they would fit into this 47%. by the way, they vote. and there are republicans and democrats in that group. so, not smart. not accurate. i also want to point out something we heard from mitt romney just in that fox interview. it's not just his analysis of america that is offensive and disdainful and everything else. his approach to politics is incredibly transactional. what you just heard in that fox interview was, people won't vote for me because they're not getting something from my tax cut. that's an incredibly small view of how politics operates. >> this is a tiny view of the presidency. you don't lead a nation's people. you simply give them tax cuts. >> you give them tax cuts and then they will vote for you. >> even george w. bush didn't approach things like that. >> that's a great point. it's how a ceo or a bain consultant would look at the job. >
. sign up at rid-x.com. >> eliot: coming up, the increasing critical situation in syria. but first karl rove rides a segue with jimmy fallon speaks at a convention and chuck norris makes clinton eastwood look reasonable. when it doesn't fit anywhere else we put it in the viewfinder viewfinder. >> karl rove are going to segue into charlotte. >> spoiler alert. the democrats will nominate barack obama. >> it's with much love and pride that i present to you my best friend, my twin brother san antonio mayor julian castro. >> i stand before you tonight as a proud democrat. a proud latino. and a proud citizen of these united states. >> my favorite job was having a boss who gave the order to take out bin laden and whose cool is all of us getting gay married. so thank you invisible man in the chair for that. >> what do you say to people if you just--you know, i know people-- >> do you think that president obama doesn't love this country? >> i think he's more about a global being global, um, what's the word-- >> you're absolutely crazy. >> i just don't believe that he loves america the way that
and more into this. we'll talk to karl rove in a moment how all this place in. we're just getting started, folks. mitt romney responding to critics on secretly recorded video that he is for 100% of americans. karl rove on what governor romney needs to do. we'll talk to karl on that. martha: a stunning report, millions of americans, much more than first estimated will be hit with a tax penalty under the president's health care overhaul. we'll tell you who is hit the hardest. these numbers coming from the government. bill: lucky americans here alive safe on u.s. soil after the reverend jesse jackson help secured their release from africa. all three will tell us about the newfound freedom back at home. >> we're very elated and very grateful for reverend jackson's efforts. he and his team left no stone unturned to insure they took us out of prison and returned us back to the u.s. we're very grateful. you can't argue with nutrition you can see. great grains. great grains cereal starts whole and stays whole. see the seam? more pcessed flakes look nothing like natural grains. i'm eating what i k
up next two hours, karl rove stops by, reagan campaign manager ed rollins is here to analyze. south carolina governor nikki haley. oklahoma governor mary falin. they're both live here in charlotte. brit hume who had one of the more interesting phrases of the night last night. we'll play that for you. next hour a fact check of the first night of the convention on the stage behind us. keep it here, live team fox coverage of the dnc, rather, continues throughout the day and night right here, only on the fox news channel. martha: right you are. all right, here's a fox news alert. a disturbing milestone for the u.s. economy. the national debt more than $16 trillion. just think about that number for a moment and take it in as it continues to tick by at a frantic pace. that passed just hours before the gavel dropped at the start of the convention, the big 16 number. joining me stuart varney, host of "varney & company" on the fox business network. this is not a milestone we raise our champagne glass to and toast like ticking down of the clock on new year's eve, stuart. >> most definitely it
the campaign's response just ahead, and we'll have a fair and balanced debate with joe trippi and karl rove. also getting attention today, our nation inching closer to a new benchmark finishing nationa6 trillion mark later this evening. on the housing front, construction spending fell in july by the largest amount in a year mainly weighed down by a drop in money spent on home improvement projects. 47 million americans received food stamps in the month of june. will any of this hurt the president's chances? and not karl rove, it's ed rollins and joe joe trippi toda. stay tuned for that. >>> well, chicago mayor rahm emanuel is having to cut short his trip to the democratic national convention because of a union problem back at home. the mayor will speak tonight as planned but was supposed to remain many r in -- in charlotte through friday. instead he's returning home to try to avert a strike by the teachers' union. steve brown is live in chicago with more. steve? >> reporter: hey there, megyn. os o tense my, the mayor's office says mayor emanuel is doing the obama campaign of sorts, they aske
the decision was reversed you write in your book that karl rove and others, debbie wasserman schultz pressured brinker to back down on the position that you had taken. now we've gotten in touch with both karl rove and debbie wasserman schultz and spokes people for them say that did not take place, karl rove is denying any involvement, wasserman schultz is saying -- he says mrs. handle's account is not accurate and wasserman schultz says characterization of the call to nancy bringer as threatening could not be further from the truth. i can only relate how it was related to me when events were unfolding. what i can tell you is that, it is without question that komen was on the receiving end of a bullying beat-up by planned parenthood and the left. the organization was receiving bomb threats. we had congresswoman debbie wasserman schultz was weighing in, no question trying to pressure the organization. corporate sponsors were being contacted and told, see what we're doing to komen if you don't stop supporting them, you're next. that's bullying to the absolute definition of it. >> you claim that y
this wouldn't be the race except for the $17 million. outside groups -- those directed by karl rove have spent $17 million in attack ads. we figure it's wall street, we figure it's oil companies, we figure it's chinese interests, some offshore companies that outsource and sell back into the u.s. we don't know. we pretty much guess that because it's $17 million attacking a guy who stood up to them. we expect that but we're fighting back and we're fighting back with a good grassroots effort. >> when you vote on these issues, whether they have to deal with jobs or development or trade or whatever, can you tell when you cast that vote in the senate, when you put your hand up and say aye, do you know at the time the enemies you're making? >> i think so. the issue su don't start calculatin calculating. if you vote this way, they'll spend this many millions of dollars. you need to look at politics through the prism of, i get up every day, how do i fight for jobs in ohio, whose side am i on? when it comes to the auto industry, i know what side i'm on. when it comes to nafta, i know what side i'm on. w
the next time karl rove comes in-- because karl rove had already been in in massachusetts-- if karl rove comes back in scott brown agrees that he will pay half the cost of the ad buy and pay it to a charity that i choose. it was a way of saying to the outside groups "we're serious about wanting you to stay out. it's not just talk, talk. stay t because wa to be the one to talk to the voters of massachusetts and i think voter of massachusetts deserve that. it's a good way to go. >> ifill: this seems almost like a shocking example of bipartisanship. are there limits and merits to the values of bipartisanship either in your race or nationally? i believe in bipartisanship. when i first went to washington it was during a financial crisis i went to bring some accountability to what was going on and i was asked to head up a bipartisan commission, democrats and republicans. we turned out recommendations every 30 days on some of the most contentious issues of that whole crisis. and, you know, a lot of our reports-- maybe about half-- were (inaudible) that's because we saw prince we agreed on and
says their unedited tape is being mischaracterized. meanwhile, karl rove, scott brown, and republicans around the country are completely freaking out. tonight, dnc chairwoman debbie wasserman schultz on the republican chaos. the romney camp wants to talk redistribution? >> the president saying he likes redistribution. i disagree. >> tonight, a lesson on upwards redistribution with dean baker. plus, ohio senator sherrod brown, on the 47% fallout in ohio. and could paul ryan actually lose two elections, in one night? i'll ask ryan's congressional opponent if the candidate stands a chance in janesville. >> president obama's policies are feverishly putting more people in the column of takers than makers. >> good to have you with us tonight, folks. mitt romney cannot escape his 47% comment and the undercover tape exposing it. many republicans are running for cover after these comments set off a chain reaction in the republican party. >> well, there are 47% of the people who will vote for the president, no matter what. all right? there are 47% who are with him, who are dependent on him, who
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